Tag: HRIS Strengthening
iHRIS: Where Are We Now?
Here is a piece I co-wrote about the iHRIS Open Source HRIS software project I’ve been working on. It provides some history and context of the project, and it looks ahead to next developments. Read: iHRIS: Where Are We Now? | www.ihris.org.
Current Project: iHRIS: Free and Open Health Workforce Information Software
I have been working lately, and here’s what I’ve been working on. I’ve been revamping the website for iHRIS: Free and Open Health Workforce Information Software. This is a project to create open source human resources information systems that governments in the developing world can use to manage their health workers. We just launched the new…
Capacity Project ends
My former employer, IntraHealth International, recently held a multimedia expo and day-long event called “It Takes a Workforce: Improving Global Health Services” to mark the end of their five-year project to strengthen the global health workforce, the Capacity Project. The Capacity Project was also a major part of my life over the last five years,…
Finished! The project I’ve been working on for the last 6 months
Since I’ve been working part-time for the last few months, I’ve tried to focus my efforts on just a small number of very distinct projects. One of them was our big deliverable for this, our final year of the Capacity Project: the HRIS Strengthening Implementation Toolkit. The Toolkit is a distillation of everything we’ve learned…